The Shin Bet security service said the explosives were sent by Hamas for used in a terrorist attack on Israeli targets in the "near future."
American analyst Daniel Pipes said he hoped the Knesset Israel Victory Caucus would help him convince U.S. policymakers to "let Israel win."
A Jordanian newspaper published a photo of the guard's embassy ID a week after the guard fatally shot two, including his teen attacker.
Russia, which backs Syria’s embattled president, Bashar Assad, summoned its envoy, Gary Koren, on Friday less than 24 hours after the Israeli military action on Thursday night.
"Not only will the transfer of the embassy not harm the peace process, but quite the opposite. It will advance it by correcting a historic injustice."
The strikes were against targets affiliated with Hezbollah, possibly on a weapons shipment to the Shi’ite terrorist group, which is based in Lebanon but is fighting in Syria.
At least two Syrian deaths were announced in connection with the attacks, which reportedly hit two tanks that fired the mortars and the position from where the mortars were fired.
Further reductions in the electricity supply to the strip are likely to hasten an escalation in violence, according to Israeli military officials.
Hassan Nasrallah also cautioned Israel not to start a war with Hezbollah.
An internal Palestinian dispute has left Gazans dangerously vulnerable to a heat wave, sending Hamas looking to Egypt for help.